There were 859,000 quits in trade, transportation, and utilities in May 2021. Leisure and hospitality followed behind with 764,000 quits.
The Labor Department issues its monthly tally of U.S. job openings Wednesday
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The first Black Republican elected to the Alabama Legislature since Reconstruction says the “GOP is open everyone.”
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Why Aren't Millions of Unemployed Americans Finding Jobs?
Job openings held at a record high of 9.2 million in May while resignations dropped slightly from a historic peak, according to data released Wednesday by the Labor Department.
There was one job opening for every available worker in May. The reading marks a new pandemic low and a much swifter recovery than the last recession.